Research Articles 1. Hybrid regimes: An Overview Dr. Muntasser Majeed Hameed Dr. Muntasser Majeed Hameed * , “Hybrid regimes: An Overview,” IPRI Journal XXII, no. 1 (2022): 1-24, https://doi.org/10.31945/iprij.220101. Full Article 2. Hybrid Warfare
PRESS RELEASE, June 20, 2022 ISLAMABAD: Prof. Ahsan Iqbal, Federal Minister for Planning and Development and Special Initiatives, said that Pakistan is need of a long-term sustainable policy plan of action, and one that should not be interrupted owing to political considerations.
There is no respite in sight in the Ukraine war. Death and destruction are slowly but steadily destroying Ukraine; Russia is adamant about establishing its hegemony around its periphery. The US and European countries use Ukraine to advance their geostrategic interests at
As the Russia-Ukraine conflict rages on, the situation in the war zone remains precarious, with rising casualties – deaths, injuries and property damage. While the end of the conflict is nowhere in sight, both the Russians and Ukrainians likely realized their miscalculations
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Humayoun Akram is PhD Candidate in Water Science and Policy Program at the University of Delaware 17.11.2021 South Asia is considered one of the most at-risk regions from the impacts of climate change. This threat is evident from the global climate risk